Back from the Hilltop, Rick rallies Alexandria to a surprise attack on the Saviors' compound. Gabriel steps it up, as two group members are captured.



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Rick and the group head to the saviors camp on a covert mission to fulfill their deal with the hilltop colony, but not everything goes to plan in a violent gunfight against the haunting enemy. Morgan will not fight and Carol is conflicted over Maggie's involvement in the fight. Some of the Group struggle with killing. Written by Tom Keenan

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6 March 2016 (USA)  »

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We Kill Them All
8 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

After a slower episode last week, "Not Tomorrow Yet" really picked up the pace. For awhile, I thought that we may even get a quick glimpse at Negan. The pace was exponentially higher and we got a Zero Dark Thirty-esque raid into one of Negan's territories. While this wasn't the masterpiece that No Way Out was, it was certainly another entry into the long line of phenomenal episodes for Walking Dead.

We began with another relatively peaceful song as a companion piece to Carol acting like a mom delivering cookies to the people of Alexandria. In large part, this was Carol's episode. She dealt with the guilt of not telling Rick about Morgan keeping one of the Wolves alive and the consequences that followed. I'd like to think this was a direct response to her being exiled way back in Season 4. She knows how it felt to be outcast by people she has known for so long so I think she knows exactly what Morgan is going through. Her overprotectiveness turned out to have tragic consequences as she and Maggie were kidnapped by the end of the episode due to Carol's lack of concentration.

I'm really interested to see just how far this Morgan and Rick conflict will go this season as it seems like Morgan is a prime candidate to be a culprit to Negan's baseball bat by the end of the season, but who knows. It's great to see that Rick is once again taking everyone's views into account by holding a meeting at the church, but it's not like he was ever going to anything but go through with the plans.

Of course, everyone had to give their goodbyes to the people who were staying in Alexandria. Tara and Denise shared a moment, which was far different from the harsh scene between Abraham and Rosita. "I thought you were the only woman left in the world, well, you're not", Dang Abraham. Tara also had a hug with Glenn near the end which also seemed to send us a signal saying that was the last time they would see each other. Perhaps Tara could die? I hardly believe the producers would put Glenn through another dead/not dead scenario yet again.

Speaking of Glenn, he joined the club of killing people in cold blood as most of the team also joined in on the killing of Negan's men. It's weird to think that some of the crew hadn't killed people yet and Glenn was one of them. This season has had plenty of firsts, and I don't think these 'murders' will be the last time we see the team do some crazy stuff this season. Of course, those brutal scenes were nicely complemented by us seeing the pictures of what some of Negan's people are capable of, so perhaps it's justified?

It would be wrong for me not to mention the fantastic score by Bear McCreary this week throughout the raid scene as well as the direction and choreography. It's just another extremely well handled episode for the latter half of season 6. This season is shaping up nicely.


+Action during the raid

+Tense throughout

+Brutal killings


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